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Stoma Discharge – what’s normal and what’s cause for concern

24th June 2020

A common concern amongst ostomates is whether or not their stoma discharge is normal. We thought now would be a great time to put people’s minds at ease and explain...

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Father’s Day – Putting Your Stoma to the Back of your Mind and Enjoying Family Time

18th June 2020

With Father’s day this week, it’s important to find the time to relax and spend time with your loved ones. Being able to talk to and spend some quality time...

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How to Treat Irritation Around your Stoma

11th June 2020

Skin irritation around a stoma should not be expected, but can often occur for a variety of reasons. Once the skin becomes irritated and sore, it can cause a great...

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Getting Active for the Summer: Our Top Tips for Exercising as an Ostomate

26th May 2020

There is no better place than being outdoors in summer. It’s not only good for your mental health and wellbeing, it also improves circulation, helps with concentration, increases vitamin D...

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Dietary Advice for Ulcerative Colitis

6th May 2020

Ulcerative colitis is a chronic disease which involves inflammation of the lower end of the digestive system, including the large bowel and rectum. It affects the lining of the colon...

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How Much Can You Lift With a Stoma?

27th April 2020

Keeping active is an important part of life for us all. When you have a stoma there are many different questions you may have about what you can and can’t...

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